Today we are going to be graphing some numbers on the Cartesian grid. So first off, this is a Cartesian grid: The point of the Cartesian grid is to visualize.

Today we are going to talk about numbers. We are going to talk about all of the different types of numbers in mathematics. Try counting your fingers. Chances are, you.

Review number 2 time! Yeah! Congratulations by the way, for completing this second part of pre-algebra. Let’s go ahead and review. In lecture 14, we talked about decimals. This is.

So far in this course, we talked a lot about equations. We did 2 + 2 = 4 and 3 + 6 = 9. Equations, or inequalities, shows a relationship.

Zero is an amazing number. Zero is neither a positive or negative number. Zero is also the additive and subtractive identity. In our common language zero represents nothing, as in.

So far in this series, we talked about numbers that are zero or to the right of zero. But, did you know there are a new type of numbers to.

So far in this series, we talked about six mathematical operators. We talked about the four mathematical operators: Addition, subtraction, multiplication and division. We also talked about three additional operators:.

Above is a picture of the yin and yang symbol (sidetrack on the history of the symbol) also known as the taijitu symbol. The concept of this symbol is that.

So far in this series, we talked about the four basic mathematical operations. Addition, subtraction, multiplication and division. Now we are going to learn our first advance mathematical operation, the.

So far we talked about a lot of different numbers. We talked about decimals, percentages and fractions. Now, it’s time to talk about two new numbers, ratios and proportions. A.